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Amberjacks, Seriola spp., are a group of carangid fishes of economic importance for fisheries and aquaculture worldwide. A survey… Expand Seven first records of species of various origins are reported from the Libyan marine environment. These are the Longfin… Expand Longfin sanddab (Citharichthys xanthostigma) represents a very important fishery resource in Southern and Baja California but are… Expand The Caranx hippos species complex comprises three extant species: crevalle jack (Caranx hippos) (Linnaeus, 1766) from both the… Expand Although cleaning interactions are deemed a textbook example of mutualism, there is limited evidence that clients benefit from… Expand Common names: Longfin Svetovidov's charr (E), dlinoperaya paliya Svetovidova (R) . Conservation status: Endangered; recommended… Expand Many direct costs of parental care have been described for teleost fishes, including reduced body weight, body fat and immune… Expand Although inputs of chlorinated hydrocarbon compounds to the Southern California Bight (SCB) are presently low, historical… Expand Cleaning symbioses in the marine environment have long been held to be mutualistic interactions in which cleaners glean food from… Expand One thousand and ninety-six longfin Patagonian squid, Loligo gahi, were collected from waters off the Falkland Islands over a… Expand